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   Title, Canon
1 4,143 | monastic confederations, superiors general of~institutes of 2 4,143 | of consecrated life and superiors of monasteries sui~iuris; ( 3 7,238 | norms of particular law; (9) superiors of monasteries sui iuris 4 7,238 | monasteries sui iuris and some superiors of other institutes of consecrated 5 12,414 | the power of the religious~superiors from the same typicon or 6 12,415 | consent of the competent superiors, without prejudice to common 7 12,416 | foster meetings with~the superiors of religious at stated times 8 12,418 | Canon 418~1. Major superiors are: the president of a 9 12,419 | by the same authority. 2. Superiors of~institutes of eparchial 10 12,420 | Canon 420~1. Major superiors who are designated as visitators 11 12,421 | Canon 421~Superiors are bound by a grave obligation 12 12,421 | proper typicon or statutes; superiors shall help the members~by 13 12,422 | Canon 422~1. Superiors are to have their own permanent 14 12,429 | Letters of religious to their superiors and also to the local~hierarch, 15 12,431 | to the authority of the superiors, and remains subject in 16 12,441 | Canon 441~1. In monasteries superiors and synaxes have that power 17 12,441 | law and the typicon. 2. Superiors~in monasteries sui iuris 18 12,444 | typicon prescribes otherwise, superiors of dependent monasteries 19 12,444 | is a subsidiary one. 3. Superiors~who have completed the seventy-fifth 20 12,453 | consulted the council. 2. Superiors~themselves must make certain 21 12,461 | for a just cause by the superiors or the synaxis in accordance 22 12,473 | liturgical books. 2. The superiors of monasteries shall take 23 12,479 | instruction of the people,~all superiors, when requested by that 24 12,495 | delay return to it. The superiors must~solicitously seek such 25 12,511 | Canon 511~1. The superiors and synaxes in orders and 26 12,511 | patriarchal right, moreover, superiors and synaxes possess power 27 12,513 | in the case of the major superiors must be at least ten~years 28 12,514 | Canon 514~1. Superiors are to be constituted for 29 12,515 | to~the statutes. 2. Other superiors are designated in accordance~ 30 12,519 | novitiate pertains to major~superiors with due regard for the 31 12,524 | pretext whatever, except the superiors to whom this is permitted 32 12,524 | of the director and the superiors~and is obliged to obey them.~ 33 12,536 | general synaxis or the major superiors in accordance with the statutes. 34 12,537 | Canon 537~1. Major superiors can grant, in accordance 35 12,538 | and~lawful custom. 2. The superiors shall see to it that all 36 12,539 | Canon 539~1. The superiors shall see to it that suitable 37 12,541 | prejudice to the right of superiors, even local ones, to permit 38 12,542 | Canon 542~Superiors shall take care that they 39 12,544 | granting of their consent, the~superiors require the previous consent 40 12,544 | granting of this consent the~superiors need the prior consent of 41 12,545 | the obligation to obey the~superiors of the new religious institute 42 12,550 | withdrawing from the~power of superiors, is to be solicitously sought 43 12,550 | sought after by the~same superiors; if, however, within the 44 12,554 | under the governance of superiors in accordance with approved 45 15,612 | patriarchal right,~the major superiors are the moderators of preaching. 46 15,612 | moderators of preaching. 2. All~superiors, even local ones, of whatever 47 16,769 | other eparchial bishops or superiors of institutes of consecrated 48 21,984 | regard for can. 101. 3. Major superiors~in institutes of consecrated 49 23,1052| are also enjoyed by the superiors general of~clerical religious 50 24,1063| of pontifical~right; (4) superiors of institutes of consecrated 51 24,1069| secular institutes, in~which superiors possess the power of governance,


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